1970-1973 owners

Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by maverick, Jan 14, 2007.

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  1. Bens73

    Bens73 New Member

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  2. 73Camaro383

    73Camaro383 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Damn those tires must be very old. They havent made eagle st for quite some time now.
     
  3. 71camaro71

    71camaro71 New Member

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    71 Camaro with 76 interior and wiring harness. Amess until recently. 350 with Unilite dist. No catalytic converter(s).
     
  4. cporteraz

    cporteraz Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    1970 Z28

    Original hugger orange LA built car. Numbers matching Lt-1 w a M-22
    rock crusher and 4:10 posi.

    63,000 original miles.
     
  5. Texas71

    Texas71 New Member

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    New toy

    Bought a 71 Camaro at a local auction.
     

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    Twilight Cruiser Veteran Member

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  7. ratman79

    ratman79 New Member

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    1970 SS 396-L34-TH 400-Posi 3:31-14 in Ralley's. Van nuys build, sold at Peterson Chevrolet CO, Kirksville MO on 3/31/1970
     
  8. ratman79

    ratman79 New Member

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    remove the rh inner fender so you can remove the nuts that attach the inner heater box to the firewall. Unhook the coolant hoses and the cables used to change temp and air direction. It should pull away from the firewall and then you will have access to ther heater core pretty simple if you take your time
     
  9. nasty73lt

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    Fergus Falls, Minnesota
    73,lt,black vinal top,auto, citrus green
     
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